What is Microsoft Project?
Microsoft Project is a project management software program, developed and sold by Microsoft, which is designed to assist in developing a plan for completing a project, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads.
Microsoft Project was the company’s third Microsoft Windows-based application, and within a couple of years of its introduction it became the dominant PC-based project management software.
While part of the Microsoft Office family, it has never been included in any of the Office suites. It is available currently in two editions, Standard and Professional. Microsoft Project’s proprietary file format is .mpp.
Adapted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Project
Who uses Microsoft Project?
Anyone who has to develop a schedule of the activities (tasks) that must be completed to meet a specific goal can use Microsoft Project. Most people who use Project use it to develop the plan for what needs to be done and when. Project also contains powerful capabilities for assigning and managing the people, equipment, and supplies (resources) necessary to complete your project, create calendars, budgets and other reports associated with your project, and track progress once the activities begin.
Among the many uses of Microsoft Project are planning construction projects, computer programming projects, fund raising campaigns, product development projects, advertising campaigns, community development projects, etc. Microsoft Project is a great tool to plan and manage any activities performed over time to meet a specific goal.
What Microsoft Project training does Systemetrics offer?
Systemetrics offers the following Microsoft Project seminars:
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2000 – 2007 (6 hours) View Outline
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010 – 2013 (6 hours) View Outline
These Microsoft Project classes are scheduled on a regular basis in our classroom. Private sessions may be scheduled in our classroom or yours.
To view the current schedule of Microsoft Project classes, click here.
Is additional Microsoft Project training available?
While we do not offer any other Microsoft Project seminars, individual and small group assistance is available through our mentoring services, where our Project instructor can assist you with training and development specific to your needs.
What support is available after you complete a Microsoft Project seminar?
As with all of our seminars, students who complete either of of Microsoft Project seminars can call or e-mail us with any questions they have relating to Microsoft Project. Forever!
Need help determining if Systemetrics can help you?
Contact Leo Mansi, Systemetrics Training Manager, by calling (401) 275-2200, ext. 102, or by e-mail.
Microsoft Project is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.